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The Association has prepared this booklet to assist you with basic information about the Association, its architectural policies and procedures, and with other rules of the community. We hope you will find it helpful, and will refer to it when you have questions about covenant enforcement, are preparing a request for the Architectural Review Committee, or need information about other association matters.

Any questions or concerns that need clarification should be directed to the Property Management Company. If they are unable to respond to you, they will forward the issue to the Association Board of Directors.


6795 E. Tennessee Ave., Suite 601
Denver, CO 80224
Office: 720-941-9200
Fax: 720-941-9202
Contact: Nikki Kreger


The Singletree at DIA Master Association is a not-for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Colorado. The Association is administered by a Board of Directors who have the responsibility for financial management, enforcement of covenants, and provision of certain services to members of the Association. Each person residing within the Singletree community is a mandatory member of the Association with obligations to abide by the covenants and pay assessments. The members of the Association shall meet at least annually to elect Directors and to conduct other business as may properly come before the Association.

The Association is governed by several documents: Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions; Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, and this booklet. Please review these materials at your earliest convenience so you are familiar with the obligations and requirements of members.

The Association maintains perimeter greenbelts, walking paths, monument signs, and the exterior of fences adjacent to any of these areas. Most of these areas are designated as Tracts on the recorded plat of the subdivision and are owned or will be owned by the Association. Maintenance obligations are as follows:

· Watering, mowing, edging, fertilizing, pruning, and clean-up in irrigated landscaped areas
· Repair or replacement of damaged fences from normal wear and tear for those fences adjacent to open space area. Damage caused by owners will be repaired at the owner?s cost.
· Snow removal on walking trails and/or sidewalks adjacent to open space areas and greenbelts. Owners are responsible to remove snow from sidewalks adjacent to their own property lines (front, or front & side if corner lots).
· Periodic inspection, clean up, and repair of drainage areas and detention ponds.
· Weekly curb-side pickup of household trash from each home.
· Liability insurance for common areas, drainage basins, and detention ponds, and directors/officers protection insurance.

The Association is NOT responsible for the following:
· No snow removal on streets ? all streets within the community are public streets and City of Aurora is responsible for snow removal.
· No maintenance of any home or privately owned lot ? this is the responsibility of each owner.
· Generally the Association has no authority to intervene in matters of civil law such as boundary or drainage disputes. In some cases, the City of Aurora Police Department or Code Enforcement office may handle matters more effectively than the Association. Items of this nature might include roaming animals, abandoned vehicles, or persistent noise problems.


A spirit of cooperation between the Architectural Review Committee (the ?ARC?) and the members of the Association will go far in creating a harmonious environment to benefit all homeowners. This will help protect your financial investment and provide compatibility of improvements.

All improvements you plan to make on your property MUST BE SUBMITTED AND APPROVED by the ARC prior to installation, unless a specific ?pre-approval? is listed in the following pages. The term ?improvement? includes such items as landscaping, fencing, patios, decks, pools, hot tubs, play equipment, pet enclosures, deck covers, gazebos, room additions, and exterior housing materials and colors. All reviews are made on their individual merit - approval or denial in one instance does not necessarily mean the same decision in a different set of circumstances.

Any improvement installed without approval is subject to removal at the owner?s sole expense. The owner may also be subject to fines or other legal action.

PLEASE NOTE: On-site personnel, such as a sales person or construction supervisor, do not have authority to approve architectural request items ? you must submit them to the ARC as specified below.


1. Requests for approval should be mailed or faxed to the Management Company (see introductory page for address and fax numbers). A submittal form is included at the back of this booklet for your use. The management company will track the requests through the ARC process and will return information to you regarding the status of your request.

2. Plans and specifications should be detailed and include the following:
· Plot plan showing the location of the improvement(s)
· Landscaping description ? identify trees, shrubs, mulch areas, flower beds, vegetable plots, walkways, etc.
· Height, width, length, materials description, and color samples for any structures or equipment
· Paint samples must be at least 8? x 10?
· Don?t forget to include your name, your address and phone number (and a mailing address for you if different than that of the property)

3. PLAN AHEAD! The ARC strives to respond to requests quickly, however, the Committee normally meets only once per month, and it may take up to 30 days for a response to be sent to you.

Decisions will be mailed to you in written format and will be one of four responses:
· Approval
· Approval with conditions
· Request for additional information
· Denial

If a request is denied, you may appeal the decision of the ARC to the Board of Directors by submitting a written request through the management company within 45 days of denial. The Board of Directors will then set a date for a hearing and notify you as to the time and place.


Following is an alphabetical list of improvements, some ?pre-approved? items for more commonly requested changes, and several items that are specifically prohibited. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of possible submittal items -- any item not included must be submitted for approval.


Accessory Structure
Approval is required prior to installation. Due to the open nature of this community, and the Association?s desire to create an aesthetically pleasing appearance, free-standing structures such as sheds, greenhouses, playhouses, and forts are not permitted.

Other structures, such as gazebos or playsets will be evaluated on their individual merit, use, location on lot, and appearance. Samples, brochures, photographs, materials description, and a plot plan showing the structure TO SCALE are required. Structures should be placed to avoid unreasonable influence into neighboring yards.

See also Dog Kennels, Play Equipment, and Storage Structures.

Additions and Remodeling
Approval is required prior to installation. Additions, expansion, or remodeling which will alter the exterior of any residence must include detailed plans, specifications, dimensions, and location. Certifications from licensed engineers and/or architects may also be required.

Address Numbers
ARC approval is not required if the size of each number is no larger than 6? in height or width, and is a color compatible with the home. Only the four or five numerical numbers of the address are permitted.

See Signs.

Air Conditioning
Approval is not required provided the unit is ground-mounted and placed at the rear of the home. Units may be placed on the side of the home provided adequate landscape screening or fencing is installed to shield the unit from view from the street. The unit should be located to minimize noise that may be disturbing to neighbors. Roof-mounted and window-mounted cooling or heating systems are not permitted.

All visible, exterior antennas are prohibited with the following exception: ?DSS dishes? smaller than 39? do not require pre-approval. You are strongly encouraged to place them in the back yard or side yard at least 10? behind the front corner of the house, and/or to blend the dish into your landscape using landscape screening, or into the color of the home by painting the dish to match the surface on which it is mounted. As technology changes and improves, other types of equipment may be considered if they are of sufficiently small size or appearance. Only one dish may be mounted without ARC approval. Any additional dish must be submitted showing the location of the existing dish, the proposed location of an additional dish, and describing the circumstances that require the use of an additional dish.

Approval is required prior to installation. In general, awnings, which are retractable, neutral in color, and constructed of cloth (as opposed to metal or plastic), are preferred.

Basketball Hoops
PORTABLE HOOPS: Approval is not required provided the following guidelines are met:
· For safety and access reasons, hoops must be kept BEHIND THE SIDEWALK at all times, and are not allowed to be placed in the street.
· Portable hoops are allowed in the driveways from April 1 through October 31. From November 1 through March 30, portable hoops must be stored away from view unless being used in actual play.

GARAGE MOUNTED HOOPS: Approval is not required if the following guidelines are met. Backboard must be white, clear or painted to match the surface on which it is mounted, and kept in good repair. Net must be neutral in color and kept in good repair.

PERMANENT POLE MOUNTED HOOPS: Approval is not required if the pole and hoop conform to the following:
· Pole must be placed within 2? of the side of the driveway, and minimum 8? behind sidewalk,
· Hoop shall be placed on a black pole or pole painted to match the home. Maximum height is 10 feet.
· Recommended installation is a removable pole with a ground sleeve no further than 4? above grade.
· Backboard must be white, clear or painted to match the surface on which it is mounted, and kept in good repair. Net must be neutral in color and kept in good repair.

BACK-YARD INSTALLATION: Approval is required prior to installation. All requests will be evaluated on placement and circumstances of each backyard.

One birdhouse/birdfeeder is permitted provided it does not exceed 1?x1?x2? and is installed in the back yard. Maximum height allowed for a pole mounted unit is 8 feet or it may be hung from a tree branch at any height. Additional birdhouses/birdfeeders require ARC approval.

See Vehicles

Business Activities
Home businesses are permitted subject to the requirements of Section 9.2 of the Declaration. In general, home businesses must not be apparent or detectable by sight, sound, or smell from the exterior of the Lot and must not increase traffic.

See Vehicles

Exterior clotheslines, drying racks and drying yards are not permitted.

Approval is required prior to installation. Decks must be wood or wood-look material. Wood decks shall be left their natural color, stained with a clear sealer, or may be painted a color that is compatible with the color scheme of the home. Wood-look materials must also be a color compatible with the color scheme of the home. Decks must appear to be an integral part of the residence, and, in general, no part of the stairs or landings will be allowed to extend into the side property area beyond the back corners of the home. No freestanding decks will be approved.

Construction of decks over sloped areas is discouraged. The ARC may require that open areas under decks be closed from view or that the deck be stepped to conform more closely to the existing grade.

Deck Covers
Approval is required prior to installation. Must be of material to match either the deck or the home in both material and color. Consideration must be given regarding line-of-sight views from neighboring properties.

No approval is required provided materials are in good taste, not installed earlier than 30 days prior to the holiday, and are removed within 30 days following the holiday. See also Flags.

Decorations, Permanent
Approval is required for any permanent items such as yard statuary, benches, arbors, birdbaths, fountains, wall-mounted art, etc.

Dog Kennels and
Dog Houses
Approval is required for all pet enclosures. Maximum size of pet enclosure is 300 square feet and maximum height is 48??. Suggested methods of containment are
· open rail fencing with weld wire (heavy gauge wire with 2?x4? openings, also called ?rabbit wire? or ?grid wire?, not chicken wire), also PVC covered weld wire in white
· picket fencing with spaced installation,
· picket fencing with ?shadow-box? installation,
· ?invisible? below-ground electronic containment systems.

Chain link material will not be approved ? wood, PVC, or recycled wood-look materials are recommended. If a side property line fence is intended to be used as one wall of the pet enclosure, and the fence is jointly owned by adjoining neighbors, written approval must be obtained from the adjoining neighbor and submitted with the request for the pet enclosure.

The maximum size of dog house that may be installed without prior approval is 48? in height, width, and length. All other dog houses require approval prior to installation. Dog houses must be compatible with the home in material and color, and installed in the back yard only.

ARC approval is not required if the following conditions are met:
· Screen/Storm/Security doors: must be white, black, bronze, or match existing color of home, scrollwork and filigree is discouraged.
· Entry doors: must be stained or painted a color that is compatible with trim and siding color of home.

Any other door style or color must be submitted for approval. Unpainted aluminum doors are not permitted. See also Painting.

Any interference with the established drainage pattern over any property within the community is done at the property owner?s risk. This includes changes which occur due to installation of any improvement, including but not limited to french drains, channelization, piping, landscaping, decks, patios, retaining walls, hot tubs, play equipment, and accessory structures. The ARC makes no representation of approval for changes to drainage and subsequent impact on adjacent properties. The ?established drainage pattern? is that which exists at the time the final grading of any property is completed and the property conveyed to the owner. Fencing should be installed with a 2-3? gap at the bottom to allow for proper drainage into and through swales.

Each property owner is required to contain mud, silt, or other debris on his/her own property. Owners are not allowed to increase or decrease historical flows of water onto adjacent property.

Approval is required for expansion or widening of a driveway. Widening for the purpose of extra parking will not be approved. Extensions to driveways may not exceed 3 feet in width on either side. Parking in rear or side yards is not permitted.

Prior approval is not required if the fence conforms to the following:
· Maximum 48? high dimensional lumber open rail fence (not split rail fence) that meets the design as shown on Exhibit A, and is placed on (or less than 6? inside) the side or rear property lines.
· Maximum 48? high privacy ?wing fence? which meets the design shown on Exhibit B, and is placed perpendicular from the side of the home to the side property line.
· Fencing may not be placed any further forward on the lot than the front corners of the main living areas of the home, including the garage, unless approved by the ARC.

Approval is required prior to installation for any other type or location of fencing. Each case will be considered on its individual merit and need. No double fencing will be allowed. Fencing in excess of 48? will only be considered if it is required by law, for safety purposes (such as a swimming pool enclosure), or for specific privacy purposes (such as screening a hot tub).

Perimeter fencing installed by the developer may not be removed, changed, or modified except for the installation of weld wire. No gates will be allowed in the perimeter fencing to provide access from lots to open space areas. Weld wire (heavy gauge wire with 2?x4? openings, also called ?rabbit wire? or ?grid wire? [not chicken wire]) may be installed on open rail fence to contain pets and children, or to prevent entry of same into the yard.

Flags and Flagpoles
Bracket holders are permitted without prior approval. One Unites States flag and/or one Colorado flag are permitted to be displayed provided the flag(s) do not exceed 8 square feet. Permanent free-standing flagpoles are not permitted. Approval is required for all other flags/banners.

Garage Sales
No approval is required for garage sales provided the items for sale are personal household goods, and have not been purchased for re-sale in bulk, at auction or estate sale, and provided the sale is held in such a manner so as to not disturb other residents of the area. All garage sales must comply with applicable municipal requirements.

Each residence shall have a garage with the capacity for minimum two cars. No garages (or garages combined with covered parking structures) shall exceed capacity for four cars. For safety reasons as well as aesthetics, garage doors should be kept closed at all times except when entering and exiting.

See also Vehicle Parking.

Flower Beds ? Approval is not required, however beds should be shown on submittals of landscaping plan.

Vegetable Gardens - Approval is not required, however, vegetable gardens are limited to back yards and height of mature plants shall not exceed 8 feet.

All gardens shall be kept in a neat, weed-free condition.

Approval is required prior to installation for all freestanding structures. Each submittal will be considered on its individual merit and intent.

Grade Change
See Drainage.

See Accessory Structures.

Hot Tub/Spa/Sauna
Approval is required prior to installation for any exterior hot tub, spa equipment, or sauna. The equipment must be designed as part of a deck or patio area, and installed in such a way that it is not immediately visible to or will adversely impact neighbors by noise, drainage, or other such problems. The equipment will only be permitted in back yards at ground level.

Irrigation systems
Automatic irrigation systems do not require approval from ARC provided they are installed as part of an approved landscaping plan and do not encroach into common areas.

Approval is required prior to installation.

Front yards shall be landscaped within 6 months after conveyance of the property to the owner. The balance of the lot shall be completed within 12 months after conveyance of the property to the owner. A winter contingency shall be considered for the purposes of landscape installation. The landscape season shall be considered to begin on April 1st and continue until October 31st.

75% of the lot, excluding the home, garage, driveway, deck, or patio (the ?unimproved area?) must utilize ?long-lived? ground cover such as bluegrass, shrubs, trees, or other planted materials. A maximum of 25% of the unimproved area of the lot may be completed using non-living durable material or short-lived plantings.

An underground sprinkler system shall be installed at the time of initial landscaping.

Landscaping shall be kept at all times in a neat, healthy, and attractive condition. See also Drainage.

Approval is required prior to installation for any latticework or other types of exterior screening. Lattice shall be a minimum of ½? thick, painted or stained to match the deck or the home, and shall be kept in good condition.

Lights/Exterior Lights
ARC approval is not required if lighting is in accordance with the following guidelines:

· All lighting, including any security type fixture, must be directed downwards and the light ?cone? created must be contained within the property boundaries to avoid a glare source to neighboring properties

· Walkway lighting must be directed to the ground and shall not exceed 24? in height

· One post light is permitted with maximum lighting of 150 watts

· All lighting fixtures should be dark colored to minimize appearance or be selected to blend with the surface on which they are installed

All other lighting must be submitted for approval.

Mail delivery in this community is to paired boxes placed between property lines. The builder initially installs the post and box. The style of post and box shall remain consistent throughout the community.

Motor Homes
See Recreational Vehicles

Approval is required prior to installation of any exterior colors and materials. Approval will take into consideration the color tone and brightness, architectural style, stone or brick accents, roofing colors, compatibility with other colors, and the color of neighboring properties. No adjacent properties shall be allowed to use the same color scheme. Repainting with the same colors as originally installed does not require ARC approval. Garage doors are to be painted the same as the body color of the home.

Color samples must be at least 8?x10?, must be included in the submittal, and marked clearly as to the areas in which they will be used. Exterior finishes shall be subdued muted tones of gray, green, brown, beige, ivory, slate, etc. Accent and ?punch? colors, such as front doors, shutters, etc. may be more pronounced, however in no case shall bright, neon, fluorescent, or primary tones be allowed.

All homes are to be painted and/or maintained on a regular basis so as to prevent chipping, peeling, fading, or other general signs of disrepair and neglect.

Approval is required prior to installation. Materials compatible with the home in color and size such as pavers, flagstone, or concrete should be utilized. See also Additions/Expansions and Decks.

Patio Covers
Approval is required prior to installation. See Deck Covers.

Two common household pets may be kept at any one time and may not be bred or maintained for commercial purposes. Livestock, such as horses, poultry, swine, goats, etc. are not permitted. All pets shall be controlled by their owners at all times and each owner is responsible for any damage caused by a pet.

Play Equipment
Approval is required prior to installation. This includes fort-style play structures, swingsets, climbing equipment, sport courts, putting greens, etc. Equipment shall generally be in the back yard and must be a minimum of 6? from any property line. Maximum allowable height is 10 feet from ground with natural wood and/or earth-tone finishes preferred. Additional landscape screening or setbacks may be required depending on location of play area and proximity to adjacent properties.

Sport courts will be evaluated on an individual basis. In general, sport courts may not exceed 600 square feet, must be at least 15? from any property line, placed in back yards only, and finish materials shall be of a neutral color such as green or gray. In addition, written consent from all immediately adjacent neighbors will be required. The Association reserves the right to deny any court for any reason, or may require certain landscaping improvements or other screening material.

See also Basketball Hoops and Trampolines.

Recreational Vehicles
No recreational vehicles (?RV?, camper, trailer, motor home) may be parked or stored in view at any time except during transport to or from the lot, or for purposes of loading or unloading, for a period not to exceed 24 hours. Only upon prior written waiver from the ARC, a recreational vehicle belonging to an owner?s visitor may be parked on the owner?s lot or adjacent street for a period not to exceed 72 hours. The ARC specifically reserves the right to limit the number of times in any one season in which a waiver is granted. Other types of ?recreational? vehicles or ?recreational? equipment such as boats, jet skis, off-road motorcycles, snowmobiles, etc. are addressed under Vehicles.

Retaining Walls
Approval is required prior to installation. Any retaining wall in excess of 36? must be accompanied by a professional engineer?s certificate of structural design. See also Drainage.

Roofs shall be tile, lightweight concrete, upgraded synthetic materials such as masonite type material, Class A fiberglass asphalt, or upgrade multi-dimensional fire resistant roofing materials. Recognizing that future technology may render certain materials more compatible, other roofing products will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Security Bars/Windows
Approval is required prior to installation. Bars must match horizontal and vertical mullions of existing windows and doors, or in the alternate, is a low visibility pattern. Filigree or scrollwork of any type is discouraged. The color shall match existing window frames.

See Storage Structures.

Approval is required prior to installation for any change to siding from that originally installed on the home. Aluminum, steel, or vinyl siding will be considered for approval if the color, texture, dimensions, and general appearance match existing siding throughout the community.

Approval is required for all signs with the following exception: one sign advertising the home for sale or for lease, not to exceed 5 square feet. Signs shall be removed within 2 weeks after closing/transfer of property.

Approval is required prior to installation. Skylights must be installed as an integral design component of the roof, at the same pitch and angle of the existing roof.

Solar Energy Devices
Approval is required prior to installation. All such devices must be integrated into the existing design of the home, and if roof mounted, shall be at the same pitch and angle of the existing roof. No exterior plumbing may be visible from the street or adjoining properties.

Storage Structures
Approval is required prior to installation. Tuff-Sheds, or other similar pre-fabricated storage facilities, will not be approved. Any additional storage structure will need to meet requirements similar to a room addition. Additional restrictions may also be required, such as landscape or other screening, based on the Committee?s evaluation of the lot, grade, and visibility from the street or adjoining properties.

See also Additions & Remodeling.

Swamp Coolers
No roof-mounted or window-mounted swamp coolers or evaporative coolers are permitted. See Air Conditioning for ground-mounted guidelines.

Swimming Pools
Approval is required for all types of swimming pools except as noted below, whether in-ground or above-ground. Appropriate permits must be obtained from the governing municipality and all safety requirements met.

Inflatable or lightweight wading pools and splash pools not exceeding 6 feet in diameter, placed in the back yard, may be used without prior approval.

See Play Equipment.

Approval is required prior to installation. The top surface of the trampoline shall not exceed 6 feet in height from ground level, and the trampoline shall be placed in back yard at least 6 feet from any property line.

See Vehicles and Vehicles, Parking.

Tree Houses
Tree houses are not permitted.

Unsightly Conditions
No unsightly articles or conditions shall be permitted to remain or accumulate on any lot. By way of example, but not limitation, such items could include rock or mulch piles, construction materials, abandoned toys, inoperable vehicles, dead or dying landscaping, peeling or faded paint, gardening equipment not in actual use, fencing in disrepair, etc.

Gravel, rock mulch, bark mulch, timbers, block, or other types of bulk landscaping material or construction material must be installed on the lot or moved to a location not visible from the street within 14 days of delivery.

Trash containers may only be placed at curbside for pickup after 6:00 a.m. on the day of pick-up and shall be returned to a proper storage location by 9:00 p.m. the day of pick-up.

Recreational vehicles must be 100% shielded from view in an approved garage, approved out-building or stored off-site at all times except when in actual use for the purpose intended or as provided in ?Recreational Vehicles? section. Without limiting the generality of the following, this shall include mobile homes, recreational vehicles, graders, tractors, boats, campers, trailers, wagons, buses, sleighs, off-road motorcycles, motor scooters, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, snow removal equipment, garden and maintenance equipment, and all commercial and business vehicles. A commercial vehicle is defined as any pickup truck in excess of 3/4 ton and/or any vehicle which has advertising material affixed to its exterior.

Vehicles, Parking
Garages are intended for the storage of vehicles. An owner shall be allowed to park one passenger car, pickup truck, or utility vehicle outside an attached garage on an occasional basis not to exceed 24 consecutive hours. To the extent that the garage is used for purposes other than storing a vehicle, owners are permitted to park one LESS vehicle for each garage space so utilized.

No abandoned or inoperative vehicles are allowed to be parked or stored on any portion of the property at any time except during transport to or from the property, and then only for a period not to exceed 24 hours.

Vehicles, Repair
Repairs of vehicles shall be performed within the confines of closed garage (unless such repair creates a health or safety hazard), however any such vehicle under repair shall not be allowed to become an unsightly article or nuisance.

Weather Vanes
Approval is required prior to installation.

All windows shall be painted or stained wood, vinyl, or non-reflecting metal frames and dividers. Mill finish on aluminum windows is specifically prohibited. Reflective glass is not permitted.

Window Coverings
Windows shall be covered with curtains, draperies, or other acceptable coverings within 6 months of occupancy. Window coverings shall be compatible with the architectural character of the residence. Reflective shades or film-type window covering are specifically prohibited. Windows that are decorative in nature, such as transoms, sidelights, or special accent shapes, are not required to be covered.

Wood Storage
Approval is not required provided that wood is neatly stacked at the rear of the home, and does not exceed 2 cords at any point in time.

We hope you find this booklet informative and helpful. Please contact the property management company with any questions you may have about the Association.

Following are the Association?s Violation Policy .



The Board of Directors has adopted the following enforcement policies for violations of the Association?s governing documents (Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions; Articles of Incorporation; Bylaws; Design Guidelines; and any other rules and regulations which have been or may be created):
NOTE: Any infraction involving a recreational vehicle shall be subject to immediate enforcement and fines without additional written notification or Hearing.

FINE POLICY (Condensed Description)


1. Initial notice to owner describing alleged violation??

2. Owner may request hearing??.

3. Not less than 10 days prior to Notice of Hearing??

4. If at Hearing, violation is determined to be valid or if no Hearing and alleged violation still exists after date given to correct violation on notice??

5. If the violation has not been corrected within 30 days following Initial Notification of Fine?..

6. If the violation has not been corrected within 30 days following Second Notification of Fine??

1. Information Notice mailed or attached to front door of residence in violation.

2. Notice of Hearing mailed ?certified? setting Hearing date with Board of Directors

3. Hearing Date and Decision of Board regarding violation

4. Initial Notification of Fine($50.00) mailed to owner

5. Second notification of Fine ($100.00) mailed to owner

6. a) Additional Notifications of Fines of $100.00 for each 30 day period the violation remains uncorrected will be mailed, and/or
b) Correction of the violation may be done by Association with all costs to be charged to the owner, and/or
c) The Association may forward the matter for legal remedy.

FINE POLICY (Fully Described)

Prior to the assessment of a fine, the Board of Directors hereinafter referred to as the "Board"), or the management company on behalf of the Board. will mail or attach to front door of residence, written notification to the owner of the property regarding the nature of an alleged violation ("Information Notice"). The owner will have the amount of time stated on the notification in which to resolve the issues) without additional intervention from the Association.

Failing this informal resolution, the Association will mail a Notice of a Fine ($50.00) along with a statement of complaint to the owner. The owner has to option of requesting a Hearing before the Board to challenge the complaint. The Board will respond by setting a date and place for a Hearing with the Board. Said Hearing shall not convene any earlier than 10 days after the Notice of Hearing has been sent. Any principal party unable to attend the scheduled Hearing; and who can show good cause, may request rescheduling of the Hearing at a specified time and date for which they will be available. Upon receiving such a request, the Board may, but is not obligated to, reset the time and date of the Hearing and promptly notify all parties involved.

The Hearing shall take place at a regularly scheduled Board meeting or a special Board meeting at which time evidence may be presented by any party. Subsequently. the Board shall discuss and take action regarding the stated violation{s}. This action may take the form of {1} dismissal of the complaint or {2} the violator may be cited for failure to comply. and the Fine and Enforcement Procedure may be commenced in accordance with the schedule described below. In addition, in the event an alleged violation has not been cured within 30 days, and the alleged violator fails to appear at the scheduled Hearing or fails to request a re-scheduIed Hearing prior to the date of the Hearing, the Board may proceed with the fine policy described below.

? Initial Notification of Fine -- (After one Information Notice and opportunity for a requested hearing) . Written notification to owner including $50.00 fine
? Second Notification of Fine .- if the violation remains unresolved for an additional 30 days from the date of the Initial Notification, written notification to owner including an additional fine of $100.00.
? Final Notification -- if the violation remains unresolved for a period of 30 days following the Second Notification, the Association may take any or all of the following actions:
1) Assess additional fines in increments of $100.00 for each 30 day period the violation remains unresolved,
2) Enter onto the property and correct the violation, in which case the owner shall be liable for repayment in full of any and all costs associated with the Associations correction of the
3) Remand the matter for judicial remedy. In the event of legal action, the prevailing party is entitled to receive reimbursement for reasonable attorneys fees and court costs from the losing party.
Nothing in this section shall be deemed to waive the Associations right to pursue any other legal action available to it in addition to, in lieu of; or in conjunction with, the foregoing notification and fine process. Any fine assessed is due and payable upon notification and is considered delinquent if not paid within 10 days of the due date. Any unpaid amount automatically becomes a lien on the property and shall be subject to applicable late charges and interest costs for each month the assessment remains unpaid.
Complaints against an alleged violator lodged by another member of the Association must be in writing and submitted to the Board or the management company. The complaint must include the nature of the violation, date, time, location, name or address of the alleged violator, and any pertinent facts supporting the complaint. The complaint must also contain the printed name and signature of the person lodging the complaint. Any complaint not in writing or not signed will not be acted upon.

It is the general policy of the Association to maintain confidentiality of complaints if possible, however, should a complaint become the subject of litigation or for other reasons become a public issue, confidentiality is not guaranteed.

Singletree at DIA Master Association, Inc. Design Guidelines and Homeowner Handbook,
Revised June 2003

Architectural Change Request Form


Singletree Architectural Request Form

Applicant Name ______________________________________________________
Phone and/or Fax ____________________________________________________

ATTACH PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: Describe proposed improvement below, include site plan, sketch of lot, paint chips, building materials, landscape plans, fence layout, elevation drawings, brochures (e.g. patios, decks, structures) etc.

I understand I must receive approval from the Architectural Committee in order to proceed and a response may take up to 30 days. I understand architectural approval does not constitute approval of the local building department and I may be required to obtain a building permit. I agree to complete improvements promptly after receiving approval. I understand all projects are subject to final inspection by the Architectural Committee, and if modifications are made to the plans, I must resubmit them for approval.

Applicant Signature _________________________________________ Date ________________________

Approvals are based on conformance with the Declaration of Covenants and aesthetic concerns. No representation is made by the Committee of approval of structural integrity. Drainage issues and existing slopes are crucial elements to be considered when installing improvements. Each owner is individually responsible for any change to the grade or for changes to the flow of water onto adjacent properties.


Date Request Received _____________________

ITEMS APPROVED: ____________________________________________________________________________

ITEMS APPROVED WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: __________________________________________

ITEMS NOT APPROVED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS: ________________________________________

Committee Member Signature __________________________________________ Date _____________


About our association

Singletree @ DIA Home Owners Association

This Association is for all homeowners residing at Singletree @ DIA sibdivision. Membership is mandatory and dues are paid on a quarterly basis. There will be an Annual Meeting every November/December for the purpose of approvong an annual budget and electing members to the Board of Directors.


Covenants will be enforced. If you know of a Covenant violation, please contact a member of the Board of Directors.


If you have questions concerning the payment of Association dues, please contact:
Nikki Kreger
Weststar Management
6795 E. Tennessee Ave. #601
Denver, CO 80224

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